For years, law firms have had programs aimed at increasing diversity in their attorney ranks. But we’ve got some bad news: It’s not working. Today we’re joined by senior reporter Natalie Rodriguez, who will tell us about the results of our latest survey of diversity at law firms, and what experts say are the things that could actually move the needle on this issue. Also this week, we talk about a federal court approving the blockbuster $85 million merger of AT&T and Time Warner; the New York Attorney General suing Trump for allegedly using his charity foundation as a “personal checkbook”; and a judge calling out the “egregious behavior” of a New York City real estate developer who demolished the famed graffiti space 5Pointz.
Full Show (Runtime: 36:38) Top News: Court clears AT&T, Time Warner merger (9:50) Top News: NY AG suit says Trump used foundation as personal checkbook (9:10) Main Story: What will move the needle on law firm diversity? (11:45) Offbeat: Judge slams developer in bid for new trial over graffiti destruction (5:38)